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Play-scripts

Play-scripts

Contains a set of PowerPoints, lesson plans and worksheets for each of the different areas of Play-scripts. Perfect when used in relation to a movie, for example Shrek.
HollywoodR95
Digital Skills

Digital Skills

A collection of digital skills progression documents and lessons. Learn unplugged coding, blogging and iMovie skills.
ferrycaptain
Comedy Writing Worksheet PDF

Comedy Writing Worksheet PDF

This 4-page pdf worksheet has been taken out of our popular Writing for Comedy Course for grade 5-6 students. The worksheet exercises were created by Gary Eck an accomplished stand-up comedian, actor, writer and film director. Gary's wife is a teacher at a Montessori School in Sydney, Austalia. Gary has performed all around the world from Singapore to Paris, to New York and London. He co-wrote and co-directed Happy Feet Two with Academy Award winner George Miller. He also voiced several characters for the film. Gary won the world’s largest short film competition, Tropfest with his film, The Money. The best way to use this resource is to take the free course here: https://courses.beateducation.com.au/courses/comedy-writing Australian Curriculum Checklist Content Descriptions Drama / Level 5 and 6 ACADRM035 Explore dramatic action, empathy and space in improvisations, playbuilding and scripted drama to develop characters and situations ACADRM036 Develop skills and techniques of voice and movement to create character, mood and atmosphere and focus dramatic action ACADRM037 Rehearse and perform devised and scripted drama that develops narrative, drives dramatic tension, and uses dramatic symbol, performance styles and design elements to share community and cultural stories and engage an audience. Success Criteria 1 I can include humor in my script to make it more engaging. Success Criteria 2 When rehearsing, i can use my voice and movement to create character, mood and atmosphere appropriate to the scene Success Criteria 3 I can perform in a way that enhances the story and engages an audience
richardpritchard
Playscripts Setting the Scene

Playscripts Setting the Scene

Children view the image and need to write 3 descriptive phrases which explain the setting to someone who hasnt seen the image. They then write a short scene detailing the interaction between the Wolf and Grandma. Children can be encouraged to include stage direction and emotions within their writing too.
felicityrose
Play-scripts worksheets

Play-scripts worksheets

A range of differentiated worksheets that are to be used to teach children about play-scripts. Each worksheet is based around the movie Shrek to relate to the children and can be easily adapted as needed. Worksheets are designed to be easy to follow for children. Differentiated to meet all ability levels, with varying levels of difficulty.
HollywoodR95
Play-scripts Lesson Plans

Play-scripts Lesson Plans

A set of lesson plans that are aimed at teaching play-scripts over a 2 week period. Includes lesson plans for each lesson as well as a mid-term lesson plan highlighting the intended progression of the lessons. Can be easily adapted and contain specific instructions for each lesson, including independent activities and follow up activities.
HollywoodR95
Play-scripts

Play-scripts

A set of 9 Power Points which are aimed at teaching children about each of the main parts of a play-script, using the movie Shrek as a basis for studying this topic. Each PowerPoint looks at one specific area and includes activities that children can complete during the lesson. Perfect for teaching play scripts at a range of age levels.
HollywoodR95
iMovie Skills Progression (Film Making)

iMovie Skills Progression (Film Making)

This document is for any age group and shows the progression of skills to be used for film making using iMovie. It can be adapted to be used with any film making apps and platforms. There are around 6-8 hours worth of resources here.
ferrycaptain
Be Careful What You Wish For - class script and workshop activities

Be Careful What You Wish For - class script and workshop activities

When a group of children stumble into an abandoned castle, they soon realise they are not alone. Greeted by wishes on the walls, gate keepers and a some blank pages, the group are granted one wish each, but some put more thought into it than others... This 25 play is suitable as a class read for workshopping, or as a script for performance. It's accompanied by a empathy based workshop entitled 'Facing Your Fears' with lots of drama exercises and activities for the group. *performance rights for the script must be purchased via the publisher: http://www.lazybeescripts.co.uk/Authors/Author.aspx?iIA=446
jbous